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The European Parliament is to vote on Doris Pack's proposal that Bosnia be suspended from the Council of Europe for overall lack of progress.
The president of the country's Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik, said that Bosnia was unworkable as a state and that Serbs should unite.
Experts enlisted by the US embassy are calling for a series of reforms to make the country’s Bosniak-Croat Federation entity function better and become more democratic.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s High Representative Valentin Inzko has expressed concern about repeated statements from Bosnian Serb politicians advocating the dissolution of the state.
A new report by Transparency International says Bosnia went backwards in the fight against conflicts of interests over the last year.
The president of the Bosniak-Croat Federation, Zivko Budimir, is being held in Mostar jail after a court remanded him in custody for 30 days following his arrest for alleged corruption.
Bosniak [Muslim] institutions and organizations have complained to Bosnia's Statistics Agency about fears that the autumn census will divide Bosniaks into different groups.
Serbian's recent deal with Kosovo is fuelling demands in the Republika Srpska for it to separate from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Leaders of Bosnia and Serbia agreed to work together on improving their often tetchy mutual relations at a meeting in Belgrade.
The US ambassador to Bosnia, Patrick Moon, and the President of Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik, have each accused the other of being 'frustrating'.
Croatia's fast-approaching membership of the EU has helped the two countries solve decades of problems in only a year, a Bosnian official said, unveiling an analysis of the issue.
After forming a new political party, the president of the Bosniak-Croat Federation Zivko Budimir said the country’s current two-entity system should be sorted out rather than scrapped.
EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton in Sarajevo said she was 'disappointed' by the lack of progress in the country's politics since her last visit less than six months ago.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation has urged Bosnia and Herzegovina to apply for full membership as soon as possible, promising it better economic opportunities.
Young Bosnians have launched a campaign to reconstruct an open-air theatre in the capital that was destroyed during the 1990s conflict.